Prospective buyers are now starting to house hunt and the influx is creating a busy spring in the real estate market.
It\’s the annual \”Marking of the Bees\” at George Washington University, and for those who aren\’t terrified of the creatures, a chance encounter with one could mean a free gift card.
Monday is Emancipation Day in the District of Columbia, and the holiday is significant for reasons other than inadvertently pushing back the tax filing deadline.
Some parents are complaining about gay rights fliers being sent home with their kids — and now they are asking the school to change its policies.
The deadline to file taxes has been pushed to April 17 because the normal deadline, April 15, falls on a Sunday, and Monday is a holiday in D.C.
The not-for-profit Texting Awareness Foundation hopes that statistic from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is enough to convince drivers to put away their phones when they are driving.
In a Civics honors class at Liberty Middle School, some students were instructed to write papers about each of the Republican candidates\’ weaknesses and to come up with attack strategies.
The ongoing legal battles escalate to the Supreme Court next week – and seeing it in person may make landing Springsteen tickets look like a cake walk.
Are you eagerly awaiting the arrival of Apple\’s new 4G iPad? You may not like it as much once it begins to burn through your data plan.
The road to becoming the next Top Chef goes through the nation\’s capital.
The cost of owning a home in Fairfax County would go up under the proposed budget for fiscal 2013.
Starting Thursday, users\’ Google Web history will be shared by all of the company\’s different products, including Gmail, Google Plus and YouTube.
The interactive map shows how bad congestion is, on average, for each hour of the day and each day of the week.
With temperatures expected to rise to nearly 70 degrees, how will you spend the day? Share your plans. Use #WTOPTalkback.
WTOP sent intrepid reporter John Aaron out on a tough assignment — find the ultimate Super Bowl chair.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.